On a typical Sunday, the cobbled street that runs alongside the steep rise up to Nottingham Castle is always bustling with visitors posing for snaps with the Robin Hood Statue, or heading into the castle to admire the gardens, delve into the caves, or browse the art exhibitions contained inside. There’s a lot to do
There’s no shortage of amazing pubs in Nottinghamshire, and while there’s many characterful options in Nottingham city centre, it’s always worth exploring a little further afield, to find a hidden gem. One pub, which you could easily overlook if you were unaware of its existence, is The Lion – which is located next to an
The second Nottingham Craft Beer Week is set to take place across some of Nottingham’s best loved pubs, bars, bottle shops and breweries next week. From 4th-10th July, craft brew enthusiasts across the city will be clinking glasses at the only event of its kind outside of London. Notts has certainly gotten a taste for speciality beer
Today we chat to the head brewer at the Navigation Brewery, Dom Flynn. We ask him about his time at the brewery, how he came to work with beer and the range of beers Navigation Brewery produce – including finding out what his favourite tipples are! How long have you been head brewer at Navigation
We all know Nottingham is home to some of the oldest attractions in the UK, enticing visitors from across the globe. But The Bell Inn, located in the heart of the city, has perhaps one of the most colourful pasts making it an ideal cultural visit (not forgetting the beer!). One of 120 Friaries set
Nottingham’s Castle Rock Brewery is a favourite among ale lovers – not least because of its ever-changing selection of beers which celebrate everything from Nottinghamshire heroes to our beautiful natural landscape. In today’s guest blog Olivia Auckland from Castle Rock tells us about some of the new brews for spring. Protecting the wildlife reserves of Nottinghamshire . .